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[movies]Chinoise A - Mark Tribe
A remake of a scene from J-L Godard's La Chinoise (1967) in which a radical student contemplates bombing the university. The original scene took place on a train. This version takes place on the infobahn (Skype video chat, to be precise).
Keywords: Mark Tribe; Patrick Harrison; La Chinoise; Protest; reenactment; student; teacher; professor; Jean-Luc Godard
Downloads: 63
[audio]Mark_Tribe_Commenting_On_Carl_Andre
This is a recording of Mark Tribe reading a statement written by Carl Andre, as part of the 1969 Art Workers Coalition Open Hearing. Mark is participating in a project by Kirsten Forkert entitled 'A Revisitation of the Art Workers Coalition 1969 Open Hearing', as part of Issue 5 of the Journal of Aesthetics and Protest.
Keywords: Kirsten Forkert Journal of Aesthetics and Protest Art Workers Coalition Mark Tribe
Downloads: 48
[audio]Mark Tribe Reading Carl Andre - Kirsten Forkert
This is a recording of Mark Tribe reading a statement written by Carl Andre, as part of the 1969 Art Workers Coalition Open Hearing. Mark is participating in a project by Kirsten Forkert entitled 'A Revisitation of the Art Workers Coalition 1969 Open Hearing', as part of Issue 5 of the Journal of Aesthetics and Protest.
Keywords: Mark Tribe Carl Andre Kirsten Forkert Journal of Aesthetics and Protest Art Workers Coalition 1969 Open Hearing
Downloads: 301
[movies]The Liberation of Our People: Angela Davis 1969/2008 (5 Minute Version) - Mark Tribe
Public reenactment of a speech originally given by activist and Black Panther Party member Angela Davis at DeFremery Park in Oakland, California on November 12, 1969. Davis makes the case for a united movement that links imperialism abroad with domestic oppression. She calls for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Vietnam, for the release of domestic political prisoners, and for the defeat and humiliation of the US Government...
Keywords: Angela Davis; Mark Tribe; Port Huron Project; video; art; new; left; Vietnam; war; protest; anti-war; economy; fascism; terror; imperialism; liberation; release; political; prisoners; performance; reenactment
Downloads: 192 1.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[movies]The Liberation Of Our People: Angela Davis 1969/2008 (Times Square Version, Sound) - Mark Tribe
Public reenactment of a speech originally given by activist and Black Panther Party member Angela Davis at DeFremery Park in Oakland, California on November 12, 1969. Davis makes the case for a united movement that links imperialism abroad with domestic oppression. She calls for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Vietnam, for the release of domestic political prisoners, and for the defeat and humiliation of the US Government...
Keywords: Angela Davis; Mark Tribe; Port Huron Project; video; art; new; left; Vietnam; war; protest; anti-war; economy; fascism; terror; imperialism; liberation; release; political; prisoners; performance; reenactment
Downloads: 76
[movies]Let Another World Be Born: Stokely Carmichael 1967/2008 (Times Square Version, Silent) - Mark Tribe
Public reenactment of a speech originally given by Stokely Carmichael, the chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, in front of the UN Building in New York City on April 15, 1967. Carmichael argues that the civil rights movement must oppose the war in Vietnam, discusses the central role of genocide in American History, and issues a forceful call to organize against war, exploitation and racism...
Keywords: Stokely Carmichael; Mark Tribe; Port Huron Project; video; art; new; left; Vietnam; war; protest; racism; genocide; domestic; policy; foreign; slavery; native; americans; community; organization; exploitation; performance; reenactment; hope
Downloads: 81
[movies]The Liberation Of Our People: Angela Davis 1969/2008 (Times Square Version, Silent) - Mark Tribe
Public reenactment of a speech originally given by activist and Black Panther Party member Angela Davis at DeFremery Park in Oakland, California on November 12, 1969. Davis makes the case for a united movement that links imperialism abroad with domestic oppression. She calls for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Vietnam, for the release of domestic political prisoners, and for the defeat and humiliation of the US Government...
Keywords: Angela Davis; Mark Tribe; Port Huron Project; video; art; new; left; Vietnam; war; protest; anti-war; economy; fascism; terror; imperialism; liberation; release; political; prisoners; performance; reenactment
Downloads: 94
[movies]Let Another World Be Born: Stokely Carmichael 1967/2008 - Mark Tribe
Public reenactment of a speech originally given by Stokely Carmichael, the chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, in front of the UN Building in New York City on April 15, 1967. Carmichael argues that the civil rights movement must oppose the war in Vietnam, discusses the central role of genocide in American History, and issues a forceful call to organize against war, exploitation and racism...
Keywords: Stokely Carmichael; Mark Tribe; Port Huron Project; video; art; new; left; Vietnam; war; protest; racism; genocide; domestic; policy; foreign; slavery; native; americans; community; organization; exploitation; performance; reenactment; hope
Downloads: 242
[movies]Let Another World Be Born: Stokely Carmichael 1967/2008 (Times Square Version, Sound) - Mark Tribe
Public reenactment of a speech originally given by Stokely Carmichael, the chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, in front of the UN Building in New York City on April 15, 1967. Carmichael argues that the civil rights movement must oppose the war in Vietnam, discusses the central role of genocide in American History, and issues a forceful call to organize against war, exploitation and racism...
Keywords: Stokely Carmichael; Mark Tribe; Port Huron Project; video; art; new; left; Vietnam; war; protest; racism; genocide; domestic; policy; foreign; slavery; native; americans; community; organization; exploitation; performance; reenactment; hope
Downloads: 52
[movies]Mark Tribe's ATC Lecture at UC Berkeley
"In 1968, protesters outside the Democratic National Convention in Chicago chanted âThe whole world is watching,â and shortly thereafter their images appeared on the evening news. These days, protesters bring their own cameras and post their clips on YouTube. Has participatory media effected a structural transformation of the public sphere? How have media technologies and practices changed the roles of public space, performance, and the human body in politics? How have new forms of mediation a...
Keywords: Mark Tribe; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 37
[movies]Let Another World Be Born: Stokely Carmichael 1967/2008 (5 Minute Version) - Mark Tribe
Public reenactment of a speech originally given by Stokely Carmichael, the chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, in front of the UN Building in New York City on April 15, 1967. Carmichael argues that the civil rights movement must oppose the war in Vietnam, discusses the central role of genocide in American History, and issues a forceful call to organize against war, exploitation and racism...
Keywords: Stokely Carmichael; Mark Tribe; Port Huron Project; video; art; new; left; Vietnam; war; protest; racism; genocide; domestic; policy; foreign; slavery; native; americans; community; organization; exploitation; performance; reenactment; hope
Downloads: 150
[movies]The Liberation of Our People: Angela Davis 1969/2008 - Mark Tribe
Public reenactment of a speech originally given by activist and Black Panther Party member Angela Davis at DeFremery Park in Oakland, California on November 12, 1969. Davis makes the case for a united movement that links imperialism abroad with domestic oppression. She calls for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Vietnam, for the release of domestic political prisoners, and for the defeat and humiliation of the US Government...
Keywords: Angela Davis; Mark Tribe; Port Huron Project; video; art; new left; Vietnam; war; protest; anti-war; economy, fascism; terror; imperialism; liberation; release; political; prisoners; performance; reenactment
Downloads: 75,601
[audio]The EZ Montreal Art Podcast, episode 10
The EZ Montreal Art Podcast, episode 10. Montreal/Brooklyn, Julie Favreau, Patrick Martinez, Galerie Clark, Steven Brower, Mathieu Beausejour, Videozone, Galerie UQAM, Rosemarie Padovano, Michel de Broin, Sophie Bélair-Clement, Elisa Kreisinger & Marc Faletti, Kutiman, Articule, re-marquer le territoire, Jerome Havre, Michelle Lacombe, Emilie Roz, Patricia Smith, Optica, Sylvie Cotton, Sebastein Cliche, Chelsea Knight, Mark Tribe
Keywords: Eloi Desjardins; Chris 'Zeke' Hand; Contemporary Art; Quebecois Art; Visual Art; Un Show de Mot'Arts; Julie Favreau; Patrick Martinez; Steven Brower; Mathieu Beausejour; Jerome Havre; Michelle Lacombe; Emilie Roz; Patricia Smith; Sylvie Cotton; Sebastein Cliche; Chelsea Knight; Mark Tribe
Downloads: 289
[movies]We Are Also Responsible: Cesar Chavez 1971/2008 (Times Square Version, Silent) - Mark Tribe
Public reenactment of a speech given by Chicano labor leader and civil rights activist Cesar Chavez at a Vietnam veterans memorial rally at Exposition Park in Los Angeles on May 2, 1971. Chavez speaks about organizing migrant farm workers, the importance of sacrifice for justice, and offering youth an alternative to violence and war. Ricardo Dominguez, artist and co-founder of The Electronic Disturbance Theater, delivered the speech on location on July 19, 2008...
Keywords: Cesar Chavez; Mark Tribe; Port Huron Project; video; art; new; left; Vietnam; war; protest; anti-war; poor; farmers; labor; performance; reenactment; fear; guns; approval; violence; children; sacrifice; justice; Army; manhood; kill; misery; organize; non-violence; discipline; struggle; youth; brothers
Downloads: 139
[movies]We Must Name The System: Paul Potter 1965/2007 (5 Minute Version) - Mark Tribe
Public reenactment of a speech given by Paul Potter, former President of the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), at the April 17, 1965 March on Washington. Potter offers an insightful critique of our government’s use of the rhetoric of freedom to justify war, and calls for citizens of the United States to create a massive social movement to build a “democratic and humane society in which Vietnams are unthinkable.” Max Bunzel, a Washington D.C.-based actor delivered the speech on locat...
Keywords: Paul Potter; Mark Tribe; Port Huron Project; video; art; new; left; Vietnam; anti-war; protest; reenactment; performance; conquest; integrity; foreign policy; Cold War; aggression; morality; democracy; economic aid; peace; dictator; persecution; Communism; corruption; cultural genocide; torture; control; solidarity
Downloads: 156
[movies]We Must Name The System: Paul Potter 1965/2007 - Mark Tribe
Public reenactment of a speech given by Paul Potter, former President of the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), at the April 17, 1965 March on Washington. Potter offers an insightful critique of our government’s use of the rhetoric of freedom to justify war, and calls for citizens of the United States to create a massive social movement to build a “democratic and humane society in which Vietnams are unthinkable.” Max Bunzel, a Washington D.C.-based actor delivered the speech on locat...
Keywords: Paul Potter; Mark Tribe; Port Huron Project; video; art; new; left; Vietnam; anti-war; protest; reenactment; performance; conquest; integrity; foreign policy; Cold War; aggression; morality; democracy; economic aid; peace; dictator; persecution; Communism; corruption; cultural genocide; torture; control; solidarity
Downloads: 11,663
[movies]We Are Also Responsible: Cesar Chavez 1971/2008 (5 Minute Version) - Mark Tribe
Public reenactment of a speech given by Chicano labor leader and civil rights activist Cesar Chavez at a Vietnam veterans memorial rally at Exposition Park in Los Angeles on May 2, 1971. Chavez speaks about organizing migrant farm workers, the importance of sacrifice for justice, and offering youth an alternative to violence and war. Ricardo Dominguez, artist and co-founder of The Electronic Disturbance Theater, delivered the speech on location on July 19, 2008...
Keywords: Cesar Chavez; Mark Tribe; Port Huron Project; video; art; new; left; Vietnam; war; protest; anti-war; poor; farmers; labor; performance; reenactment; fear; guns; approval; violence; children; sacrifice; justice; Army; manhood; kill; misery; organize; non-violence; discipline; struggle; youth; brothers
Downloads: 182
[movies]We Are Also Responsible: Cesar Chavez 1971/2008 - Mark Tribe
Summary: Public reenactment of a speech given by Chicano labor leader and civil rights activist Cesar Chavez at a Vietnam veterans memorial rally at Exposition Park in Los Angeles on May 2, 1971. Chavez speaks about organizing migrant farm workers, the importance of sacrifice for justice, and offering youth an alternative to violence and war. Ricardo Dominguez, artist and co-founder of The Electronic Disturbance Theater, delivered the speech on location on July 19, 2008...
Keywords: Cesar Chavez; Mark Tribe; Port Huron Project; video; art; new; left; Vietnam; war; protest; anti-war; poor; farmers; labor; performance; reenactment; fear; guns; approval; violence; children; sacrifice; justice; Army; manhood; kill; misery; organize; non-violence; discipline; struggle; youth; brothers
Downloads: 21,464
[movies]We Are Also Responsible: Cesar Chavez 1971/2008 (Times Square Version, Sound) - Mark Tribe
Public reenactment of a speech given by Chicano labor leader and civil rights activist Cesar Chavez at a Vietnam veterans memorial rally at Exposition Park in Los Angeles on May 2, 1971. Chavez speaks about organizing migrant farm workers, the importance of sacrifice for justice, and offering youth an alternative to violence and war. Ricardo Dominguez, artist and co-founder of The Electronic Disturbance Theater, delivered the speech on location on July 19, 2008...
Keywords: Cesar Chavez; Mark Tribe; Port Huron Project; video; art; new; left; Vietnam; war; protest; anti-war; poor; farmers; labor; performance; reenactment; fear; guns; approval; violence; children; sacrifice; justice; Army; manhood; kill; misery; organize; non-violence; discipline; struggle; youth; brothers
Downloads: 80
[movies]The Problem is Civil Obedience: Howard Zinn 1971/2007 (5 Minute Version) - Mark Tribe
Public reenactment of a speech given by author and activist Howard Zinn at a peace rally in Boston Common on May 5, 1971. Zinn defends the use of civil disobedience to protest the war in Vietnam and calls on Congress to impeach the president and vice president of the United States for the high crime of waging war on the people of Southeast Asia. Matthew Floyd Miller, a New York-based actor delivered the speech on location in Boston on July 14, 2007...
Keywords: Howard Zinn; Mark Tribe; Port Huron Project; video; art; new; left; Vietnam; anti-war; protest; reenactment; performance; Thomas Jefferson; conspiracy; overthrow; government; George Washington; John Adams; Thomas Payne; jail; civil; disobedience; disturbance; president; lies; calm; mass murder; thou shalt not kill; congress; unconstitutional; body bags; money; impeach; patriotism; non-violence; draft; veterans; sons; police; General Motors; Lockheed; FBI
Downloads: 244
[movies]Until The Last Gun Is Silent: Coretta Scott King 1968/2006 - Mark Tribe
Public reenactment of a speech given by Coretta Scott King at a peace march in Central Park on April 27, 1968, three weeks after her husband, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was assassinated. In this speech, which was based on notes found in the late Dr. King's pockets, King addresses the war in Vietnam, domestic poverty, and the power of women to effect social change. Gina Brown, a New York-based actor and former welfare mother, delivered the speech on location in Central Park on September 16, 200...
Keywords: Coretta Scott King; Mark Tribe; Port Huron Project; video; art; new; left; Vietnam; anti-war; protest; reenactment; performance; Martin Luther King; Vietcong; peace; presidential candidate; public opinion; poverty; militarism; domestic affairs; exploitation; labor; rent; consumers; medicare; welfare; social security; Memphis; Washington; women; motherhood
Downloads: 13,324
[movies]The Problem is Civil Obedience: Howard Zinn 1971/2007 - Mark Tribe
Public reenactment of a speech given by author and activist Howard Zinn at a peace rally in Boston Common on May 5, 1971. Zinn defends the use of civil disobedience to protest the war in Vietnam and calls on Congress to impeach the president and vice president of the United States for the high crime of waging war on the people of Southeast Asia. Matthew Floyd Miller, a New York-based actor delivered the speech on location in Boston on July 14, 2007...
Keywords: Howard Zinn; Mark Tribe; Port Huron Project; video; art; new; left; Vietnam; anti-war; protest; reenactment; performance; Thomas Jefferson; conspiracy; overthrow; government; George Washington; John Adams; Thomas Payne; jail; civil; disobedience; disturbance; president; lies; calm; mass murder; thou shalt not kill; congress; unconstitutional; body bags; money; impeach; patriotism; non-violence; draft; veterans; sons; police; General Motors; Lockheed; FBI
Downloads: 375
[movies]Until The Last Gun Is Silent: Coretta Scott King 1968/2006 (5 Minute Version) - Mark Tribe
Public reenactment of a speech given by Coretta Scott King at a peace march in Central Park on April 27, 1968, three weeks after her husband, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was assassinated. In this speech, which was based on notes found in the late Dr. King's pockets, King addresses the war in Vietnam, domestic poverty, and the power of women to effect social change. Gina Brown, a New York-based actor and former welfare mother, delivered the speech on location in Central Park on September 16, 200...
Keywords: Coretta Scott King; Mark Tribe; Port Huron Project; video; art; new; left; Vietnam; anti-war; protest; reenactment; performance; Martin Luther King; Vietcong; peace; presidential candidate; public opinion; poverty; militarism; domestic affairs; exploitation; labor; rent; consumers; medicare; welfare; social security; Memphis; Washington; women; motherhood
Downloads: 277
[movies]The Port Huron Project - Mark Tribe
This is a 20 minute video that provides an overview of The Port Huron Project, a series of reenactments of protest speeches from the New Left movements of the Vietnam era, staged by New York artist Mark Tribe between 2006 and 2008. Each speech took place at the site of the original event, and was delivered by an actor or performance artist to an audience of invited guests and passers-by. Videos of these performances have been screened on campuses, exhibited in art spaces, and distributed online ...
Keywords: Stokely Carmichael; Angela Davis; Cesar Chavez; Paul Potter; Howard Zinn; Coretta Scott King; Mark Tribe; Port Huron Project; LACE; Times Square; Creative Time; video; art; new left; Vietnam; anti-war; protest; reenactment; performance; Martin Luther King; Vietcong; peace; presidential candidate; public opinion; poverty; militarism; domestic affairs; exploitation; labor; rent; consumers; medicare; welfare; social security; Memphis; Washington; women; motherhood; racism; genocide; domestic; policy; foreign; slavery; native americans; community; organization; exploitation; hope; fascism; terror; imperialism; liberation; release; political; prisoners
Downloads: 73
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